V.I.P Dogs of Monaco
It isn’t only the residents of the most glamorous Principality in the world that have a great lifestyle. Their pampered pooches do too! My guest today is Victoria. She takes care of the V.I.P dogs of Monaco taking care of their every need! If the dogs need a little holiday away from the hurly burly of Monte-Carlo? Victoria whisks them off for a little doggie holiday in Piedmont or The Italian Lakes. Whether it be dog training, a trip to the Vet or Hydrotherapy then Victoria takes care of everything.
My Pomeranians Freddie and Zarya both benefited from Victoria’s behavioural classes when they were younger. This is how Victoria and I met and we still sign up for refresher classes whenever I am in town.
Victoria’s classes are great fun we go out to dinner, wine tasting, agility in the vineyards and go on speedboats. Fun for us and the dogs! Freddie in particular loves his time in Monaco, we live nearby and have to spell the word because he gets so over-excited at the prospect of a visit! He loves the Cafe de Paris, Monte Carlo and howls if we don’t stop by so he can check out the gorgeous pooches strolling by.
Freddie and Zarya go to Monte Carlo
Victoria and Champagne
What do you love about Monaco and Cap d’Ail:
Monaco offers a wonderful mix of village life and big city all in one. It is vibrant, elegant and offers the perfect location for enjoying one to one time with your dog whilst being surrounded with fantastic views and some luxurious places to visit.
There are lovely restaurants to eat in all extremely doggie friendly and ready to attend to your dogs needs including Oliban Lebanese Restaurant in Monaco and La Cambuse in Cap d’ail a short walk from Monaco’s helipad.
You can feel safe and secure walking around the Principality which puts you completely at ease while walking and training your favourite canine companion. There are wonderful opportunities to socialise your dog such as visiting the food market at Beausoleil and a visit to the exclusive Metropole shopping centre.
Take a stroll starting at Larvotto Beach past Grimaldi Forum up the steps and through the Casino gardens with a quick stop for that essential glass of Champagne at The Cafe de Paris.
What do you hope the rest of 2016 will bring?
More fabulous clients and their dogs to enjoy personalised, bespoke doggie training days out, doggies stays and doggie holidays providing the perfect opportunities to meet new training challenges, have fun and socialise. My clients dogs really do become part of my family and owners love knowing their dogs are with a caring professional who they trust and who their dogs love.
At the same time owners know their dogs are being trained and any behavioural treatment provided. My International clients travel the world and can rest assured that the dogs have a wonderful social life during their absence. They receive regular photo and video updates.
I also want to continue with my dog training classes including agility, dog dancing and obedience. I treat a wide variety of behavioural problems only using kind and ethical methods.
I love the International travel involved with my work when I collect VIP doggie clients from all corners of the world. I am also able to provide comprehensive Skype consultations for my clients to train their dogs whether my clients are based abroad or my existing clients are travelling.
What are your travel essentials?
Dog training essentials that will be in my upcoming book.
A camera to take some pictures, sun tan cream and a bottle of water.
Victoria Morris BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviourist and Trainer has a degree in Animal Behaviour and Marine Biology from Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge and has been working as a professional consultant for 15 years both in the UK, Monaco and French Riviera.
Victoria loves working with animals and it is her true vocation! She really wouldn’t do anything else and loves nothing more than seeing the wonderful improvements in the dogs that she works with, her motto is ‘A trained dog is a happy dog!’
CONTACT VICTORIA: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: http:www.facebook.com/TheAnimalTrainer for information on Skype consultations or dog training.